Inside Books: Temperament-Based Elementary Classroom Management By Sandee Graham McClowry

“Understanding how children differ in temperament can help teachers to support their academic and social-emotional developments,” writes Sandee Graham McClowry in her new book, Temperament-Based Elementary Classroom Management  (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014). McClowry, a professor in Steinhardt’s Department of Applied Psychology, is the creator of INSIGHTS into Children’s Temperament, a classroom intervention program, and the […]

An Interview with Leanne Brown (MA ’14), Author of ‘Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day’

Imagine an elegant cookbook for those who aren’t sure how they’ll pay for their next meal. It sounds impractical, but this was just the idea that seized Leanne Brown as she began work on her final project for Steinhardt’s master’s in food studies. Gourmet cuisine might seem a stretch for cooks eating on just $4 […]

From NYU Stories: Alex Ruthman, The Pandora Professor

What does Wynton Marsalis have in common with Miley Cyrus? How do you get from Claude Debussy to Kanye West in just six musical steps? These are the kinds of questions that intrigue Alex Ruthmann, a music education and technology faculty member, who’s a bit like the hip band director you never had: On a given […]

U.S. Department of Education Awards NYU Steinhardt $4 Million to Train Next Generation of Educational Researchers

Steinhardt’s Institute of Human Development and Social Change (IHDSC) has received a $4 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences to train students to conduct research in a range of areas in the field. “Education is a cornerstone to a nation’s well-being—from spurring economic growth through an effectively trained workforce to serving as a […]

It’s Story Hour at the Constantine Georgiou Children’s Library

Parents and caregivers, take note:  NYU’s Constantine Georgiou Library and Resource Center for Children and Literature, named in honor of an accomplished children’s book author, collector, and longtime scholar at NYU, opened in May 2013, and now offers free public programs for toddlers and infants featuring picture books from the center’s extensive collection. In a […]

Are Things Getting Better? Professor Arnold Grossman on Gay Rights and Suicide Risk in LGBT Youth

Arnold Grossman, a professor of applied psychology, is a lead researcher in a study called “Risk and Protective Factors for Suicide Among Sexual Minority Youth.” Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, the study seeks to understand the psychological factors that increase suicide risk; information that is crucial in developing effective interventions.  We interviewed […]

Largest Gathering of Oboists and Bassonists in History Comes to NYC, Courtesy of Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions

Oboists and bassoonists from all over the world will converge at New York University for five historic days of workshops, lectures, recitals, and evening gala concerts as part of the 43rd Annual International Double Reed Society (IDRS) Conference, to be held August 5-9, 2014. The annual conference, sponsored by the Department of Music and Performing […]

NYU Steinhardt Recommends: Long Live Freedom by Maya Grace Misra at Broadway Windows

Maya Grace Misra, a conceptual artist and BFA student, creates work that explores issues of immigration and displacement and the way that people create identities based on a sense of belonging to a specific place. Her newest work, Azaadi Zindabad//Long Live Freedom (on display at 80WSE Gallery’s Broadway Windows at the corner of Broadway and East […]

A Global Partnership: NYU’s GIFTED Program Helps Girls in Rural Ghana Stay in School

Ghanaian educators reported that girls are staying in school as a result of extra curricular programs they have created under the guidance of NYU’s Ghanian Institute for the Future of Teaching and Education Women’s Fellowship Program (GIFTED). Schools are enrolling more girls and keeping them engaged through special offerings that are designed to to harness […]